Curt Schilling was practically a blur to the Devil Rays lineup, as he struck out seven over six innings while improving his record to 4-0.
Curt Schilling was practically a blur to the Devil Rays lineup, as he struck out seven over six innings while improving his record to 4-0.
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Boston Red Sox defeat Tampa Bay Rays, 9-1

Tampa Bay lefthander Scott Kazmir didn't care for comments Curt Schilling made this week on WEEI radio, when Boston's ace said the reason the Red Sox and Devil Rays have had numerous bench-clearing incidents is because of Kazmir ''hitting multiple batters every time he threw against us. I don't know if any of it was intentional, but he kept hitting players."

Kazmir, who will pitch the series finale tonight against Tim Wakefield, responded to Schilling's comments in toda...

They have the best record in the majors (11-4), which after 15 games of a baseball season is like saying winning the New Hampshire primary means you're the next president of the United States.

Yet the positive story lines keep developing and emerging. Last night, it was the story of a Red Sox lineup that scored seven runs in the third, their largest output in any inning this season, and rolled to a 9-1 win over the Tampa Bay Devil Rays before 36,454 at Fenway Park. It w...